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manxkipperWed Oct-03-07 07:28 AM
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"Norton ES2 12V conversion"
Wed Oct-03-07 07:36 AM by manxkipper

  

          

Does anyone know whether I would need to change the ignition capacitor on my 1961 ES2 when doing the conversion to 12 volts? I cannot find any literature relating to the relationship between voltage and capacitance.

  

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dynodaveWed Oct-10-07 07:18 PM
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#1. "RE: Norton ES2 12V conversion"
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You do not need to change the cap.
They are generally 400-600v rated and would function pretty much the same and deal with the same voltage levels weither a 6 volt or 12 volt coils.

  

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